Universal Becomes First Studio To Gross $3 Billion In A Calendar Year Since 2019

Universal’s films have had widespread success this year, especially when you look at the kind of cash they’re pulling throughout the genres. Horror films “Nope” ($113 million worldwide) and “The Black Phone” ($152 million worldwide) brought home $113 million and $152 million respectively (and counting) in their worldwide earnings, while the DreamWorks animated kids entry “The Bad Guys” grossed $246 million worldwide for the company. 11 films have been released through Universal Pictures this year, including an epic 40th anniversary re-release of “E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial” and the holiday release “Sing 2.”

The rest of Universal’s 2022 line-up is sure to continue their winning streak. Still to come this year, they will release this the highly anticipated horror franchise finale “Halloween Ends,” DreamWorks’ upcoming sequel “Puss in Boots: The Last Wish,” and “She Said,” which follows the two brave women who wrote the report exposing Harvey Weinstein’s vicious sexual abuse of female colleagues over the years.

Source : https://www.slashfilm.com/964774/universal-becomes-first-studio-to-gross-3-billion-in-a-calendar-year-since-2019/

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